The Truth About What The McCains Did To Sarah Palin As He Passed Comes Out & Has Americans Outraged

Kirsters Baish| It was reported by the Gateway Pundit that former presidential running-mate to the late John McCain, Sarah Palin, was not invited to be in attendance at his funeral services. NBC’s Kelly O’Donnell first brought attention to the news. A source close to the Palin family told O’Donnell that “Out of respect to Senator McCain and his family we have nothing to add at this point.”

Booking producers from MSNBC, Jesse Rodriguez and Michael Del Moro were the first to report on O’Donnell’s comments. Rodriguez tweeted, “NBC’s @KellyO reports: Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin has not been invited to attend memorial services for John McCain.” “No invitation has yet been extended to former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin to attend McCain’s memorial services, sources tell NBC’s @KellyO.”

Del Moro wrote, “No invitation has yet been extended to former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin to attend McCain’s memorial services, sources tell NBC’s @KellyO.”

O’Donnell chimed in with, “10 years ago today, @SenJohnMcCain named @SarahPalinUSA as his running mate. She is not expected to attend memorial. The McCain family has not commented on the invitation guest list.” And in a second tweet she wrote, “Palin family source says, “Out of respect to Senator McCain and his family we have nothing to add at this point. The Palin family will always cherish their friendship with the McCains and hold those memories dear.”

Sarah Palin decided to post on Twitter this past Saturday, remembering her former presidential running-mate. She wrote, “Today we lost an American original. Sen. John McCain was a maverick and a fighter, never afraid to stand for his beliefs. John never took the easy path in life – and through sacrifice and suffering he inspired others to serve something greater than self.” And, “John McCain was my friend. I will remember the good times. My family and I send prayers for Cindy and the McCain family.
– Sarah Palin and family”

Earlier in 2018, Senator McCain had asked former President Barack Obama to give a eulogy at his funeral, when the inevitable time eventually came.

People Magazine reported on the matter:

“Two names you won’t see on the guest list: Trump and Palin,” says a Capitol Hill source with knowledge of funeral plans for McCain, who died of brain cancer Saturday at age 81.

“Invitations were not extended” to the two political figures, confirms Carla Eudy, a fundraiser who has worked with and been friends with the McCain family for decades…

…“Donald Trump and Sarah Palin were not served official notice outright,” says the source close to the McCain family. “I want to make that clear. It wasn’t a no-trespass order. They won’t be turned away by guards if they show up at the funeral.”

The stay-away messages were sent through intermediaries, the friend tells PEOPLE.

The messages were received, sources say.”